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#5649223 - 03/12/15 10:40 PM SBR Stamp Question
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I am looking at building a 9" 300 Blackout. I would like to get a .223/556 upper for it as well, possibly a 10".

Does this mean I need 2 stamps, one for each upper?

Also, might seem like a dumb question, where do I get the forms to submit for a stamp?
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#5649231 - 03/12/15 10:50 PM Re: SBR Stamp Question [Re: Gone to Texas]
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One stamp per SBR'd lower. The lower is the firearm, so only a stamp for it and mix and match uppers as you like. I believe you do have to continue to own the upper described on the smp application.

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#5649270 - 03/12/15 11:20 PM Re: SBR Stamp Question [Re: Gone to Texas]
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One stamp for the lower. I would do the shorter barrel upper assuming you plan to keep that upper for a long time.
This should be the Form:
http://www.atf.gov/files/forms/download/atf-f-5320-1.pdf
This should answer a few questions about filling it out:
http://www.guntrustlawyer.com/form1
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#5649310 - 03/13/15 12:09 AM Re: SBR Stamp Question [Re: Gone to Texas]
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This isn't "law" but it's accurate today and pretty handy.
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#5649689 - 03/13/15 11:06 AM Re: SBR Stamp Question [Re: Gone to Texas]
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Thanks for the reply's this is a big help!
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#5649861 - 03/13/15 01:02 PM Re: SBR Stamp Question [Re: TexFlip]
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Originally Posted By: TexFlip
This isn't "law" but it's accurate today and pretty handy.

#1 is wrong. You can have a complete rifle (no stamp, 16"+) and a short upper. You can not have a complete no stamp lower half and a short upper. Course that's in your home. If you are traveling around with a complete rifle and short upper, then you will have a lot of explaining to do.
And I believe they recently did away with #11. You can no longer shoulder the brace.
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#5649933 - 03/13/15 01:53 PM Re: SBR Stamp Question [Re: Gone to Texas]
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^^ this. Also, I thought "once a rifle always a rifle" is no longer true as well.

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